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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • A sudden burst of music issued from the ark, the prelude of a waltz: and when the side door closed again the listener could hear the faint rhythm of the music.
  • He knew that the tale was a prelude and his mind waited for the sequel.
  • It was an elfin prelude, endless and formless; and, as it grew wilder and faster, the flames leaping out of time, he seemed to hear from under the boughs and grasses wild creatures racing, their feet pattering like rain upon the leaves.

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  • The move is seen as a prelude to a declaration of war.
  • a prelude to dictatorship

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